Top ChoiceInternational in Maseru

Sky Restaurant

Maseru's best new restaurant sits atop the Mpilo Boutique Hotel, dishing out Basotho favourites such as cured venison carpaccio, whole local trout and slow-braised oxtail. The wine list is exquisite and the...

Top ChoiceInternational in Maseru

No.7 Restaurant

Attached to the NGO Kick4Life and its hotel, No.7 pumps its profits back into Kick4Life’s charitable work and the team includes young locals training for a career in hospitality. The restaurant is a stylish spot...

International in Maseru

Rendezvous

The chandeliers and cloth napkins are the only signs of pretence in the wholly down-to-earth restaurant at Lancer's Inn hotel, popular with aid workers and local business folk. The globetrotting menu offers...

Club in Maseru

Ba.One

Maseru's top nightlife spot is sandwiched between the Maseru Mall and a children's carnival area, and there's good times to be had here. The divey main bar hosts karaoke every Thursday, and the VIP room lures all...

Italian in Maseru

Primi Piatti

From the mouth-watering Italian food to the enthusiastic service to the delicious craft cocktails, the stars align at this outpost of the Cape Town–based restaurant chain. The pizzas are as phenomenal as the wine...

International in Maseru

Piri Piri

This restaurant does Portuguese, Mozambican and South African dishes, including steaks, seafood, feijoada (a traditional Portuguese stew) and piri-piri chicken. Choose between romantic, low-lit rooms and a gazebo...

Sports in Maseru

Roof of Africa

This annual motorbike race is one of the world's toughest off-road endurance events, challenging contestants to ride hundreds of kilometres through the Lesotho highlands. It takes place in late November or early...

Mall in Maseru

Maseru Mall

Built in 2012, this glitzy mall contains upscale restaurants, several banks and ATMs, a Shoprite, a Woolworths, a nightclub and even a small children's amusement park. It is essentially the social hub of Maseru.

Arts & Crafts in Maseru

Basotho Hat

More expensive than elsewhere in Lesotho, but convenient and well stocked with two floors of quality crafts from across the country. Credit cards are accepted and it's a low-pressure shopping environment.

Indian in Maseru

Regal Restaurant

Occupying a Basotho-hat–style building, this 1st-floor Indian restaurant is a favourite among businessmen and politicians. One of Lesotho’s few Indian eateries, it serves classics such as korma, madras, rogan...

Cafe in Maseru

Ouh La La

Locals and expats mix easily in this streetside garden cafe, which takes its Gallic theme from the adjoining Alliance Française cultural centre. The light menu is mostly sandwiches, crêpes, pastries and salads,...

Cafe in Maseru

Renaissance Café

Pioneer Mall's only independent eatery is a no-frills affair, offering meal deals every day and dishes from breakfasts and sandwiches to stir-fries and grills.

Mall in Maseru

Pioneer Mall

A modern mall with a Pick n Pay supermarket, chain restaurants, numerous services and retailers. Pick n Pay and some of the restaurants have longer hours than the mall in general.

Bar in Maseru

Hotsoma Bar

Maseru’s expat community and local players climb the hill for sundowners with a view at Hotsoma Bar. Cocktails at the pool bar are a popular way to kick off summer weekends.

Bar in Maseru

Cuban Linx

Opened in 2017, this downtown Maseru club features comedy, Latin dance and hip-hop nights, along with an outdoor terrace that overlooks the main drag.